Special Reports
Special Reports
Ground Report

Large metro airports are suffering from bad planning, but operators can still fix the problems

 
 

Leadership talent deficit is affecting the domestic aviation sector

India must increase farm income and become globally competitive. Technology can help

Technology is being used to minimise agricultural losses and generate revenues

Access to new technology and customised solutions can redefine Indian agriculture

Massive open online courses, or MOOCs, could be the most convenient way to upskill or reskill people and drive professional growth

Indian companies are finally getting down to cracking the Japanese market

 
 

The aviation sector is facing strong headwinds due to economic slowdown and spike in costs

A number of attempts are under way to improve farm yield through technology intervention

Agriculture is the primary source of livelihood for about 60 per cent of India's population
Organisations, both new and old, big and small, are tying up with MOOC players to help their employees learn and grow

A motley group of coaching institutes has extended its reach by offering supplement online content for students

Development-related investments are the mainstay of Japan's presence in India, though India's trade balance has been worsening.

Japanese firms have generally cracked the code of working in India's huge domestic market, but the extent of success varies

The Japanese have been helping India get several large projects off the ground on reasonable terms